Kent Police are seeking the public’s help gathering information regarding a road rage-related shooting that occurred early Monday morning, Jan. 6, 2020.

As we previously reported, police say that in this incident a semi-truck driver was shot and sustained non-life threatening injuries.

Kent Police Detectives were able to locate video of a vehicle seen in the area. The video showed a light colored sport SUV that was traveling northbound on 84th Ave S., suddenly make a U-turn and then continue southbound.

Kent Detectives would like to find the owner of this vehicle and talk with them.

Additionally, Kent Detectives would like to speak with any witnesses that may have been in the area between 7:20 – 7:30 a.m. and witnessed the incident.

Witnesses can call the Kent Police Department tip line at 253.856.5808 or 911. Please reference Kent Police case number 20-214.

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One reply on “Kent Police seeking public’s help finding road rage shooter”

  1. I don’t condone the shooting, however a lot of those truck drivers are rude and quite dangerous. They will turn their high beams on and try to tail gate you, blinding you all the while. They drive hella slow and then get mad when you go around them. Let the Police do something about the messed up driving in this wet state of Washington and I don’t think truck drivers will have to worry about being shot for being rude!!!

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